What are the limitations to Interim Holding?

Interim Holding allows the uses that are permitted under Agricultural zoning. (Click here to review the list.) It is also held to the limitations of Agricultural zoning, such as minimum building setbacks and maximum lot coverage. (Click here to review these dimensional limitations.) Agricultural zoning is typically assigned to lots that are at least 2-acres in size, so one of the biggest challenges the Agricultural dimensions create for future development of the lots in Sunrise Circle and Oakridge Lane is that it requires 25-foot minimum side yard setbacks, which makes it very challenging to place a new home on the lot within those parameters. Another challenge is that Interim Holding doesn’t allow the lot lines of property to be changed at all, so a property owner can neither expand or reduce the size of their lots.

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1. What is the current zoning of my property?
2. What are the limitations to Interim Holding?
3. What is the current land use of my property?
4. How do the land use and zoning relate?
5. What zoning district correlates with Medium Density Residential land use?
6. Is the Town of Flower Mound willing to take any actions in relation to the zoning in the Sunrise Circle and Oakridge Lane area?
7. What if my lot is currently smaller than 10,000 square feet? What would it mean for my property to be rezoned SF-10?